Shark Tank's Daymond John and the Westin New York Grand Central Invite Eager Entrepreneurs to a Game Changer In NYC

New Consultation and Accommodation Package Includes Personal Interaction with Uber-Entrepreneur John and Amenities to Get Prepped for The Big Meeting

. April 15, 2013

NEW YORK (April 9, 2013) - The wait is over for inspired inventors, eager entrepreneurs and fans of ABC-TV's popular reality series Shark Tank who are ready for the business meeting of their lives. The Westin New York Grand Central has partnered with Game Changer Meetings to provide an exclusive three-night experience in New York City, which includes a discount on the consultation fee for a one-on-one meeting with world-renowned marketing expert and Shark Tank panelist Daymond John.

The cornerstone of the Game Changer package at the Westin New York Grand Central is a personal consultation with Daymond John, CEO and Founder of FUBU and award-winning entrepreneur. Game Changer Meetings connects consumers directly with the world's top experts to personally exchange valuable, turnkey knowledge and education that only a true game changer could provide. Whether you're an entrepreneur with just an idea or a small business owner looking to scale your business, you can sit down face-to-face for 30 minutes with the acclaimed mogul to examine your company's needs and how to take your business to the next level.

During their stay, guests can get pumped up for their A-game at WestinWORKOUT®, rejuvenate in a Westin Heavenly Bed® and recharge with in-room Starbucks® as they prep for the big meeting with Daymond John. The Game Changer package is available now through October 31, 2013. Package rates begin at $2,500, including a 25% discount on the meeting consultation fee and feature:

  • Half hour in-person or Skype consultation with Daymond John
  • Three nights in a premium corner king room with spectacular Manhattan views
  • Complimentary New Balance gear lending, including sneakers and workout clothing
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access

For more information and to book a Game Changer package at the Westin New York Grand Central, go to or call 866-961-3782 and request rate plan GAMECHNG.

About the Westin New York Grand Central Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, the new Westin New York Grand Central opened in October 2012 after a $75 million complete renovation to reveal a modern design and signature Westin amenities. The hotel features 774 spacious guest rooms and suites, a 3,000 square-foot WestinWORKOUT® fitness studio and THE LCL: Bar & Kitchen, the first bar and food concept from nightlife leader Gerber Group in a Westin property. For events, the hotel offers more than 14,000 square feet of sophisticated meeting space including the brand new Madison Ballroom, all with open room design and state-of-the-art technology. A partner of Grand Central Terminal's Centennial this year, the hotel is ideally situated just two blocks from Grand Central and steps from landmarks including the Chrysler Building and Rockefeller Center. For more information, visit:

About Daymond John Daymond John is CEO and Founder of FUBU, a much-celebrated global lifestyle brand, and a pioneer in the fashion industry with over $6 billion in product sales. He is an award-winning entrepreneur, and he has received over 35 awards including the Brandweek Marketer of the Year, Advertising Age Marketing 1000 Award for Outstanding Ad Campaign, and Ernst & Young's New York Entrepreneur of the Year Award. In 2009, he joined the cast of ABC-TV's entrepreneurial business show Shark Tank from acclaimed producer Mark Burnett. Millions of weekly viewers tune into the show as John demonstrates his marketing prowess and entrepreneurial insights. For more info, visit:

About Game Changer Meetings Game Changer Meetings connects you directly, face-to-face with the world's top experts in various industries to give you unique knowledge and education that only a true Game Changer could provide. Through its deep connections in the world of entertainment and business, Game Changer Meetings provides this unparalleled access, while raising money for the Game Changers' favorite charities. To learn how you can sit down one-on-one with one of the Game Changers, please visit:

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Jennifer Maguire Coughlin
T: 917-991-5859

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